Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Life in the time of college

Selene Soria, Contributor January 30, 2014

University life is filled with so many components. Students are expected to learn and prepare themselves for the challenges of real life. This can be very difficult when the demands to complete a degree require a lot of effort and sacrifice. At the...

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Security setting up outside of the Capitol in preparation of the presidents speech.

From left to right, our thoughts on State of the Union 2014

Jasmine Aguilera and Helen Yip January 28, 2014

[ezcol_1half] Optimistic, hopeful, but a lot to be desired—A view from the left President Barack Obama’s 2014 State of the Union Address touched on every topic I was hoping to hear about. Repealing voter identification laws, immigration reform,...

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Javier Cortez, staff reporter

Roberts latest of coaches departing for a better ‘opportunity’

Javier Cortez, Staff Reporter January 28, 2014

Maybe it’s something in the water, but people love to leave El Paso (specifically UTEP). Particularly for sports. A coaching job at UTEP seems to be the job that everyone wants, but a job that no one likes to keep. If you don’t know what I am eluding...

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High hopes. Pun intended

High hopes. Pun intended

Edwin Delgado, Sports Editor January 28, 2014

The Broncos and the Seahawks had the best record in their conference and are deservingly facing each other in the Super Bowl XLVIII on Feb. 2. Both teams are very different from each other and that’s what makes this game so attractive. They both...

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Werent We Supposed To

Weren’t We Supposed To

Blake Lanham, Cartoonist January 28, 2014

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Sorry Sir.

Sorry Sir.

Blake Lanham, Cartoonist January 21, 2014

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Student loans might be helpful, but also daunting

Student loans might be helpful, but also daunting

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter December 3, 2013

Allow me to begin by commending the upcoming graduating class for their unyielding effort in balancing a myriad of homework with their personal lives, executing the commute every day to campus and staying awake for an inhumane amount of hours. Most notably,...

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Blake Lanham

What’s This?

Blake Lanham, Cartoonist December 3, 2013

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S. David Ramirez, staff reporter

‘Moral imperative’ not a motivator

S. David Ramirez, Staff Reporter November 26, 2013

It seems like the Millennials always get the short end of the stick. We’re thought to be lazy, self-absorbed technophiles, who casually abuse drugs and expect frequent praise for even the most lackluster accomplishment. But we’re also supposed...

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Blake Lanham

Hey UT

Blake Lanham, Cartoonist November 26, 2013

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The Prospector staff arrives to New Orleans.

The Prospector staff travels to New Orleans for media awards

November 20, 2013

The Student Publications staff paid a visit to the Big Easy Oct. 23-27 for the ACP-CMA Annual Convention. The Prospector was recognized as a Newspaper Pacemaker finalist and took home a 3rd place prize for Newsmagazine Special Edition Cover for Minero...

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Why you should choose local over chain

Why you should choose local over chain

Lorain Watters, Assistant News Editor November 19, 2013

Golden arches, cuddly pandas and erotic mermaids are all etched into society and are a few of the things that come to mind when we want a quick fix for our hunger or thirst. The Prospector conducted a survey for the 2013 Pick Awards, where students...

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